Dyed Fiber
Dinear 1.2, 1.5, 3.3, 5,6,7,8 and 10
Availbale in both tows and fiber
Availbale cuts in 32mm, 55mm, 64mm ,102mm ,116mm and 128mm

Dye House
Our Dyeing house is equiped with 100% machines. We have production capacity of 8 tons of acrylic fiber/tow per day and yarn dying capacity 6 tons per day. Dyeing is the process of adding color to textile products like fibers, yarns, and fabrics. Dyeing is normally done in a special solution containing dyes and particular chemical material. There are many forms of yarn dyeing. Common forms are the at package form and the at hanks form. Cotton yarns are mostly dyed at package form, and acrylic or wool yarn are dyed at hank form. The temperature and time controlling are two key factors in dyeing. We have our own Dye house which are two section i.e.
  • Tow to Top / Fiber Dyeing
  • Yarn / Hank Dyeing
In Top Dyeing we are dyed material on High Temperature and High Pressure. We dyed Acrylic Tow, Wool Top, Lamb Wool Fiber, Nylon Fiber, Viscos Fiber, Polyester Top, Cotton Fiber, Angoora Fiber. The capacity of Top dyeing is apprx. 13 Ton Per day

In Yarn / Hank Dyeing in cabinet format and we dyed 100% Acrylic, Acrylic Wool, Nylon Yarn, Polyester Yarn, 100% Wool, 100% Polyester, hand knitting and machine knitting Yarn. The capacity of Yarn / Hank dying is approx 12 Ton per day

We used AZO-free (Eco Friendly) dyes and chemicals. We are using branded products in dye house like Dyestar, Ciba/ Huntsman, Croda/ICICI, BASF etc. We have x-lite color i7 spectrometer and Spectra Light for color matching with computerized delta reports. We have RF Dryer make Stray field U.K. for drying the dyed material.

Wool Combing Plant
We have our in house wool combing plant and we are the biggest producer of Wool Top in Northern India. Wool combing is a comprehensive term when used in its widest sense, and it embraces all the operations carried out in a top making plant. It includes the processes of raw wool scouring, drying, carding, backwashing and preparer gilling. Then follows the actual combing operation, and the sequences of topmaking processes concludes with two gilling steps called top finishing (or finisher gilling). Combing is not included in the semiworsted or woollen processing routes. Wool combing, the single process, is indispensable in the manufacture of a worsted yarn.

Laboratory & R & D Centre
We have our own world class laboratory and R & D Centre where we are checked the quality of yarn and developed the of new quality of yarn. We also process new yarn quality according to the demand of customer.